CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The Harvard men's tennis team (2-0) will play its first home matches of the spring season this weekend, Jan. 24-26. The Crimson is set to take on BYU (1-2) on Friday at 12 p.m., before seeing action against Minnesota (1-0) on Sunday at 12 p.m. Both matches will take place at the Murr Center Tennis Courts and will be broadcast on ESPN3.
What to Know
- Harvard is coming off two 7-0 victories against Purdue and Army on Jan. 18.
- First-years Ronan Jachuck and Henry von der Schulenburg went undefeated in the No. 1 and No. 3 singles positions, respectively, while sophomore Brian Shi went undefeated in the No. 2 slot.
- Jachuck/Shi also went undefeated in the No. 1 doubles position.
- Out of 32 sets played, the Crimson only dropped five sets.
- Harvard leads the series against both BYU and Minnesota, 2-1 and 4-1, respectively.
At the Helm
Andrew Rueb '95 is entering his second season as the Scott Mead '77 Head Coach for Harvard Men's Tennis. He was elevated to head coach after spending 11 years at Harvard as an assistant and associate head coach and has helped lead the Crimson to 210 total victories and seven NCAA Tournament appearances during his tenure.
The Crimson will remain at home for matches against Rice and Bryant on Feb. 2. Both matches will be played at the Murr Center Tennis Courts and will be broadcast on ESPN3.